Last week I had the pleasure of working with photographer Christopher Duggan, owner and lead photographer of Threshold Visions, thanks to a new collaboration with Get Married in New York. This company arranges for couples from the United Kingdom to get married in New York.
Having planned very traditional and elaborate affairs, I admit I was very skeptical of the simplicity of this structure. I was told these ceremonies are commonly only the couple and maybe a few guests, a basic bouquet, one hour of photography (if at all) and often nothing else. After a quick ceremony in Manhattan, the couple and any guests usually go to a pub.(A PUB!?) My mind was quickly changed when I saw how lovely and appropriate the quaint ceremony was. It suited the couple and their immediate family perfectly. Vows were exchanged at Bow Bridge in Central Park on one of New York’s first spring days. Kim Kirkley performed the service and Christopher did an excellent job of documenting the day, as park goers looked on and erupted in applause once the vows were complete.
Cheers to the happy couple and thanks Christopher for sharing your photos!